Do You Want To Automate Your Electronics & Lights Using A Media Center?
TellStick works seamlessly with the home media center application called MediaPortal as well as with the AndysHomeControl.
MediaPortal is a free open source media center application that turns your computer and TV into an advanced home media center. With the TellStick Pause plug-in you can control your electronics from within the MediaPortal application. You can set up MediaPortal to automatically control your TellStick connected electronics based on playback mode. For example, the lights can automatically dim when you start playing a film and then turn back on when you pause it. The plug-in as well gives you manual control of your TellStick connected electronics. For more information go to:
AndysHomeControl is a free open source application that mainly focuses on scheduling TellStick connected gear. The application can as well be used as a picture gallery. This means that you can control your TellStick connected electronics & lights while the application is being used as a media center. AndysHomeControl has a lot of other fun features, for more information go to:
- I want to put my electronics & lights on a schedule
- I want to control my electronics & lights based upon temperature and the sun
- I want to control my electronics & lights using a media center
- I want to control my electronics & lights using my bluetooth device
- I want to control my electronics & lights using the internet
- I want to control my electronics & lights using my mobile phone
- I want to integrate VoIP with my electronics & lights
I want a picture layout of my home in order to control my electronics & lights
- I do not want my computer to be constantly on
- I do not want to use my TellStick with a computer
- I want to decide myself what to control my TellStick with
How To Get Started:
Telldus Live! is a user friendly service for automating your TellStick connected gear using the Internet. All you need is a computer turned on and your TellStick connected to it.
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